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Parliament meeting, in Chisinau, Moldova (22)

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5911578 10.06.2019 Newly appointed Parliament's speaker Zinaida Greceanii talks to the media during a news conference, in Chisinau, Moldova. On June 9 Moldova's Constitutional Court ruled to temporarily transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Prime Minister Pavel Filip so that he could dissolve the parliament and call snap elections. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911576 10.06.2019 Newly appointed Parliament's speaker Zinaida Greceanii talks to the media during a news conference, in Chisinau, Moldova. On June 9 Moldova's Constitutional Court ruled to temporarily transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Prime Minister Pavel Filip so that he could dissolve the parliament and call snap elections. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911563 10.06.2019 Lawmakers applaud during a Parliament meeting, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911516 10.06.2019 Lawmakers attend a Parliament meeting, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Moldovan Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotar / Sputnik / Sputnik

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5911543 10.06.2019 From left, Parliament's vice-speaker Mikhai Popsoi, speaker Zinaida Greceanii and vice-speaker Ion Ceban attend a Parliament meeting, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911531 10.06.2019 Igor Dodon, who was relieved of his duties as Moldovan President, speaks to the media in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911589 10.06.2019 Newly appointed Prime Minister of Moldova Maia Sandu, centre, attends the first meeting of the new cabinet in Chisinau, Moldova. On June 9 Moldova's Constitutional Court ruled to temporarily transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Prime Minister Pavel Filip so that he could dissolve the parliament and call snap elections. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911608 10.06.2019 A general view of Parliament's hall during a Parliament meeting is pictured, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911605 10.06.2019 Moldovan Interior Minister Andrei Nastase attends the first meeting of the new cabinet with Newly appointed Prime Minister Maia Sandu in Chisinau, Moldova. On June 9 Moldova's Constitutional Court ruled to temporarily transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Prime Minister Pavel Filip so that he could dissolve the parliament and call snap elections. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911600 10.06.2019 Newly appointed Prime Minister of Moldova Maia Sandu, centre, attends the first meeting of the new cabinet in Chisinau, Moldova. On June 9 Moldova's Constitutional Court ruled to temporarily transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Prime Minister Pavel Filip so that he could dissolve the parliament and call snap elections. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911555 10.06.2019 Moldovan Prime Minister Maia Sandu, centre, attends a Parliament meeting, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911561 10.06.2019 Igor Dodon, who was relieved of his duties as Moldovan President, speaks to the media in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911562 10.06.2019 Parliament's speaker Zinaida Greceanii, left, and vice-speaker Ion Ceban talk during a Parliament meeting, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911566 10.06.2019 Newly appointed Prime Minister of Moldova Maia Sandu speaks to the media after the first meeting of the new cabinet, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911560 10.06.2019 Maia Sandu, who was appointed as prime minister of Moldova, speaks to the media after the first meeting of the new cabinet, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911552 10.06.2019 Parliament's vice-speaker Aleksander Slusar addresses the audience during a Parliament meeting, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911551 10.06.2019 Moldovan Interior Minister Andrei Nastase speaks to the media in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911550 10.06.2019 Moldovan Interior Minister Andrei Nastase speaks to the media in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911534 10.06.2019 Igor Dodon, who was relieved of his duties as Moldovan President, speaks to the media in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911530 10.06.2019 Igor Dodon, who was relieved of his duties as Moldovan President, speaks to the media in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911529 10.06.2019 Parliament's vice-spokesman Ion Ceban speaks during a Parliament meeting, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik

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5911522 10.06.2019 Moldovan Interior Minister Andrei Nastase speaks during a Parliament meeting, in Chisinau, Moldova. The Parliament has recognized the decisions of the Constitutional Court to transfer Igor Dodon's presidential powers to Pavel Filip and to dissolve the Parliament illegal. Miroslav Rotari / Sputnik